​​​Treatment Philosophy

​​​Treatment Services


     Chemical Dependency is an illness which affects all facets of the whole person.  A individual in the grips of their illness is mentally, physically, and spiritually ill. Aspell counselors thereby pursue a holistic approach to treatment.
     Where chemical dependency exists, each individual associated with the chemically dependent person is affected. Thus, in the holistic approach to treatment, our counselors, work to assist other    family members in their transition to a healthy, non-enabling lifestyle.
     Aspell Recovery Center is a Trauma sensitive environment and is Co-occurring capable.  Pregnant  women are welcome to receive treatment at Aspell Recovery Center.

​Treatment Services for Adults 18+

  • Residential Treatment
    • Program Length: 28-30 days
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
    • Program Length: 8 Week Program
  • Aftercare - Average
    • Program Length: 1+ Years
  • Recovery Living
    • Indefinite contingent on following program rules and regulations. 
Licensed Alcohol & Drug; Co-Occuring Treatment Provides:
  • Individual Counseling
  • Group Therapy Sessions
  • Alcohol and Drug Life Management Lectures
  • Family and Support Services
  • Attendance at 12-Step Meetings
  • Case Management Including:
                  Educational Services
                  Life Skills Training
                  Employment Skills Training

​Charlie's House & Ms. Ann's House: Any male or female who successfully completes treatment may qualify for residency in the transitional house.  The transitional housing program provides an alcohol an drug free supportive living environment for clients ready to begin rebuilding their lives. Average length of stay is 3-months.  The facility is self-funded through rental fees.  During residency the residents are assisted with job placement, case management as well as required to attend regular 12-step meetings.

​McCowat & Talbot House: Those residents completing at least 3-months in transitional have the option of moving onto one of our independent living programs which are step– down facilities in that they has less restrictions than that of transitional yet, still providing a strong supportive recovery environment with case management.

​Charlie's House

​Talbot House

​McCowat House

​Ms. Ann's House